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Trends in Treasury Universe 2017

embracing the new normal

2016 was an eventful year for all corporate treasurers. Even though corporates were expecting a recovery from the crisis in previous years, new events came into the picture.

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The Capital Markets Union

One of the European Commission’s top priorities is to strengthen Europe’s economy and bolster investment to create jobs. One way of achieving this is to strengthen the capital markets so they can provide better access to funding as well as new sources of funding. That is why the Capital Markets Union (CMU) has been launched by the European Commission. The CMU’s ultimate goal is to achieve a single European market for capital. On the 30th of September, the first steps of the plan were published in the Capital Markets Union Action Plan.

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Trends and developments in treasury for 2016

Technological developments are succeeding one another at an unparalleled pace, and have a bigger impact on our personal and professional lives than ever before.

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The OECD’s action plan on BEPS

Some high profile multinational corporates (MNCs) have made public headlines lately with regards to their tax strategies.

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End of the bull market for bonds?

In this quarterly debt markets update, we share our thoughts on the trends and developments in debt capital markets. In the previous update, titled ‘Hunger for bonds’, we discussed the extraordinary market development of extremely low (and even negative) yields on bonds. Now there are signs that the bull market might be over.

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